Miley Cyrus gave an interview on November 2nd to Frederick Skavlan's talk show remotely.
This year has been hard and different from the rest because of the global pandemic that has been hitting the world since March. Everybody has their own thoughts on the way life has changed due to COVID-19. Miley Cyrus was asked in an interview if she thought Madonna's opinion about the pandemic was right.
- Miley Ray Cyrus gave an interview on November 2nd to Frederick Skavlan's talk show remotely.
- Miley Cyrus sat there to promote her 7th studio album, Platic Hearts which will be released on November 27th.
- At the beginning of the pandemic, the singer of Midnight Sky hosted her own Instagram show called Bright Minded where health experts were interviewed in pursuit of reliable information and facts about the new virus.
Miley Cyrus is known for always being authentic and not being afraid to express her thoughts in front of or behind the camera.
In addition to many other topics, the host asked the 27-year-old singer if she believed that Madonna's statements about the pandemic were correct.
Apparently, Miley Cyrus expressed that for her the Covid-19 had been a great equalizer.
Meaning by this that all human beings were subjected to this disease regardless of race, nationality, or social status.
Miley Cyrusanswered with a blunt no.
For her, the pandemic has not treated us all in the same way.
Of course not, the health systems of each country and the access that their population has to primary care or diagnostic tests have a lot to do with the fact that some suffer more than others.
Mandatory confinement is not the same for countries with strong economies as for more vulnerable nations.
Miley Cyrus taking care of her health with style.
Following the health emergency will come to a major economic crisis and not everyone will be able to face it in the same way.
For Miley Cyrus, the singer of "We Can't Stop", the pop diva Madonna did not take into account all these aspects when weighing the position of people before the pandemic.
An artistic way to show how coronavirus affected the world.
It is clear that perhaps the singer of "Vogue" was referring to how the world has shared the same situation at the same time.